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Emachine i a message that pops up and says low disk space on recovery (d ).i tried backing it up and even tried using my reboot disk that came with my pc but it says erroe on my disk. what to do?? sammie

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    Warren Held May 11, 2010

    Did the reboot disk wipe all the programs off the computer? It sounds like you're out of space on your hard drive.

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U r d: drive is full delete some files and check it or backup u r files n e externel harddrive or pen drive from d drive


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